Spaetzle is a German dumpling or noodle of sorts. It is super easy to make and you only need a few ingredients for this delicious gluten-free spaetzle!
How is Spaetzle eaten?
I had never had spaetzle before my friend Nikka was talking about making it one day on a hike! She has family who lives in Germany! I couldn't have the version she and her Mom were making because of wheat flour in the recipe, however, we decided to try to make it gluten free! You don't have to miss out because you follow a gluten-free diet or lifestyle!
Nikka's family traditionally eats this side dish with a brown gravy made from the roast's drippings or a package. Either way, it's delicious! She also makes it flavored with herbs and cheese in the dough if they are going to eat it without the gravy. I also read online that people make Sauerbraten to go with it and use the drippings of that for the gravy! That's on my list to try now!
We ate the Spaetzle with brown gravy and served it with our Octoberfest Feast!
Here's why you should try this authentic German food:
It is fluffy but has a little chewy texture that is perfect when it is paired with brown gravy!
Spaetzle is a perfect side dish for a German theme party! We made it for our Octoberfest party!
It is a fun name to say and let me tell you that my friend Nikka had to correct me several times for saying it wrong lol!
It pairs perfectly with Octoberfest beer... here are a few of my favorites.
It also pairs perfectly with Greman wines! Here are a few of the ones we tried. I found them at Total Wine.
Spaetzle is authentic german food. And I would love to go and try traditional spaetzle in Germany one day, however, the homemade version will have to do until I do!
Here's what you need to make gluten free spaetzle:
You will need the following ingredients:
3 Cups 1 for 1 Gluten free flour. I used Bob's Red Mill
6 Eggs whisked
A Pinch of Salt
Milk- a few Tsp
1/4-1/2 Cup of Butter
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Here is how to make the Spaetzle?
Tips and Tricks:
I tried to make the spaetzle dough using the method that Oma (Nikka's Mom) uses, however gluten free flour does not respond the same way as wheat flour! lol! I created the well in my flour on a cutting board and poured the eggs in and it did not stay there! The eggs ran all over. LOL. I recommend using a bowl to make the dough.
Oma uses only eggs and flour to make her dough. It turned out delicious however, I think I would add a little milk to the dough or more eggs next time to thin it out a bit. I had to work to get it through the spaetzle press. Whereas, Oma's dough is more like thick pancake batter.
We put the cooked spaetzle in a colander to drain while we finished cooking it in batches which was great and it did not stick to each other. Then we fried it in lots of butter in a big pan. OHMYGOSH it was so delicious! I will be adding this to our comfort food rotation!
If you like this recipe, you should check out my other German Food Recipes such as German Potato Salad, Apple Strudel, Obatzda (German beer cheese spread) and 2 Ingredient Soft Pretzels!
Here is the printable recipe:
Check out the video of us making it!
Who's ready to eat?
I hope you love this gluten free version as much as we do!
A big thanks to our friends who helped make this meal as well as video and picture work!
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This Italian Dump Salad or Italian Chopped Salad is super easy to make and is perfect for lunch or dinner! It pairs well with your favorite Italian meal or is delicious on its own as a full meal!
Why is it called a dump salad?
I call this a dump salad because it doesn’t require any cooking at all! You just chop the ingredients and DUMP them into a big bowl! That is what makes it a super easy recipe!
You can even customize the ingredients to whatever you have on hand!
What are the ingredients in this salad?
I am going to list out my favorite ingredients to use, but you can totally customize this to your liking!
Roasted red pepper
Olives- I like to have a combination of kalamata olives, green olives and black olives :). I just try to get seedless ones so no one breaks a tooth during lunch!
Hearts of Palm
Balsamic Vinegar or Red Wine Vinegar
You could also add:
Garbanzo beans- I don't like them and they are higher in carbs so I genereally leave them out.
Fresh basil or fresh herbs instead of the Italian Seasoning
Zesty Italian Dressing- you can add some red pepper flakes to spice it up a bit!
Red Bell pepper
You can also add gluten free croutons or gluten free pasta if you’d like! I make mine low carb or keto so I don’t add those but you totally could!
Here's How to make this Perfect Side Dish or Main Course Salad!
Grab a large bowl.. You will need it to dump all of the ingredients into.
Wash and chop the lettuce.
Chop all of the veggies and add them to the bowl. You can leave the olives whole if you desire. I like to chop everything into bite size pieces.
Chop the Italian meats and add them to the bowl.
Grate your cheese or add in the already grated cheese.
Use a smaller bowl to make the homemade italian dressing for the salad.
Put in the olive oil, vinegar and italian seasoning, salt and pepper.
Whisk to combine.
Pour over the salad and toss to coat all the ingredients.
Serve and enjoy!
Here's why this is one of our favorite salads:
You can make a big batch or a small batch depending on the amount of people you are serving.
The salad is perfect as the main course or the side dish.
It's like a delicious Italian Sub but without all of the carbs...instead it's an italian Sub Salad!
It's perfect for weeknight meals!
It's a great way to get you protein, carbs and fats in! Plus you can make it low carb if you are eating keto!
You can customize the salad ingredients based on whatever you have on hand.
Every time I brign this salad to a potluck it gets a 5 star rating! You should make this for your next potluck!!
You don't have to turn the oven on or cook anything!
It's the best salad to pack for lunch because you can just add the dressing when you are ready to eat it.
Check out this video on how easy it is to make this salad!
I also love that you can find most of these ingredients easily in the grocery stores! We made this salad once when vising family in a small town in Iowa! We were able to find all of the ingredients at their small town grocery store which was awesome! The whole family loved it! If you are serving it to adults or kids who aren't big on salads, you can always have them add some of the ingredients to pasta minus the lettuce or as a sandwich!
I hope you love this recipe as much as I do! And you get a 5 star review whenever you make it!
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Did you know that there are over 200 symptoms of Celiac Disease? Here's everything you need to know about Celiac Disease and helpful resources for your gluten free journey!
I find it super interesting hearing stories from other people with Celiac Disease on how their bodies respond after exposure to gluten because each experience is unique!
I personally get gastrointestinal symptoms, abdominal pain, as well as extreme immediate fatigue, speech issues, brain fog, abdominal bloating, and I can’t stay awake! I am also sensitive to gluten as an ingredient in body care and makeup! I break out in a horrible red rash with blisters on my body where it touches! This can last from a day to a few weeks depending on the severity of the exposure. My digestive system definitely becomes upset and my immune system is on high alert!
I know others who don’t have any belly (gastrointestinal) symptoms! They suffer from depression, dermatitis herpetiformis (skin redness and bumps), and headaches!
It can be so different for each person!
What are the top 10 signs of Celiac Disease?
The top 10 symptoms of celiac disease in no specific order for adults are:
The Top 10 symptoms of celiac disease for kids are:
What is Dermatitis Herpetiformis?
A common symptom is Dermatitis Herpetiformis. It is a red rash that can be itchy or have blisters. You can have the rash without having GI symptoms. Doctors generally recommend a strict gluten-free diet and may proscribe medication to help with the rash. I get this on my body when I use skin care or lotion with gluten in it.
What Causes Celiac Disease?
There is no known cause of celiac disease according to www.mayoclinic.org.
It seems to be a genetic disease as people with a relative with celiac disease are more likely to have it.
It could be triggered by GI infections, surgery, pregnancy, childbirth, viral infections, emotional stress, and others.
What happens to your body when you have Celiac Disease?
When a person with celiac disease ingests gluten, the body forms an autoimmune response to it. It attacks the gluten and damages the villi in the small intestine. When the villi are damaged, your body cannot absorb nutrients from the food no matter what you eat.
This can cause malnutrition as well as other problems.
Celiac Disease is more common in people with the following conditions:
A family member with celiac disease or dermatitis herpterformis
Type 1 Diabetes
Down syndrome or Turner syndrome
Autoimmune thyroid disease
According to the mayo clinic.
If untreated, celiac disease can cause:
Malnutrition and Nutritional deficiencies
Bone weakness and bone mass loss
Nervos System Problems
Auto Immune Thyroid Disease
According to medivizor.com
Most people with Celiac Disease respond to a gluten-free diet however, it is possible to have nonresponsive Celiac Disease or Refractory celiac disease and you will need to work with your doctor for more testing to figure out what will help your symptoms.
How many people have Celiac Disease?
Celiac Disease affects 1% of the population. The even bigger statistic is that 97% of them are undiagnosed! It is an autoimmune disorder. You could also have gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity and not necessarily celiac disease. When you have celiac disease, gluten causes intestinal damage when gluten is ingested. Even small amounts of gluten can be damaging to the body for people with Celiac disease. I use my Nima Partners Gluten Sensor to help me avoid unintentional gluten in my food when I eat out, travel, or try new brands of food.
What is gluten anyway?
According to celiac.org Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in wheat (wheatberries, durum, emmer, semolina, spelt, farina, farro, graham, KAMUT® Khorasan wheat, and einkorn), rye, barley, and triticale – a cross between wheat and rye. Gluten helps foods maintain their shape, acting as a glue that holds food together. Gluten can be found in many types of foods, even ones that would not be expected.
The big 3 to avoid are Wheat, Barley, and Rye! You should also be cautious of other grains farmed with those three too. Such as oats, lentils, etc.
How Do I Get Diagnosed with Celiac Disease?
There are a few ways to get diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Most people start with a blood test. If the blood test is positive, then they proceed with an endoscopy/biopsy. This confirms the diagnosis of celiac disease.
There are also genetic tests available as well as a saliva test.
There are over 200 symptoms of Celiac Disease. Here are some of the common symptoms of celiac disease, but you can read the complete list at www.onedishcuisine.wordpress.com
Dental enamel defects
Elevated Liver Enzymes
Difficulty losing weight
Difficulty gaining weight
Late onset of menstruation
H pylori bacter
Dry Rough Skin
Dry Brittle Nails
Ridges in Nails
Itchy Skin Rashes
Chronic Fatigue Syndrom
Inability to concentrate
Urinary Tract Infection
Irritable bowel syndrome
Vitamin b12 deficient
And many more!
What Should You do if you have any of these symptoms?
I would talk to your Dr about starting with a blood test to see if you have Celiac Disease. You can go to the Celiac Disease Foundation at www.celiac.org to take a symptoms assessment tool to see if you might have celiac disease.
Don’t be discouraged if your results aren’t what you expected. It can, unfortunately, take years to get diagnosed with celiac disease so be persistent!
If you are newly diagnosed with celiac disease you can find many great resources on the internet! I love to cook gluten-free foods and share them with you! I also teach a monthly online zoom class so check out the tab under cooking classes for more information! Check out my travel guides, reviews of gluten free products, and more on the blog!
Lastly, I want to encourage you because it can feel like a big life change! And it is a change for sure, but there are so many great options out there for gluten-free substitutions that you can do it! It is a lifestyle change switching to a strict gluten-free diet but once you start you will feel better and it's worth it! I look forward to helping you along your gluten-free journey!
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Here's a list of the Top Symptoms of Celiac Disease:
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Hey there! Today we’re making my Gluten Free Pico De Gallo recipe. I love this as a healthy snack on tortilla chips or cucumber slices. It is also fantastic on top of tacos, grilled fish, and chicken!
HERE’S THE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THIS GLUTEN FREE PICO DE GALLO:
1-2 Limes, Juiced
Salt and Pepper
4 Medium Tomatoes, Diced and seeds removed
1-2 Jalapenos, Deseeded & Minced
1/2 White Onion, Diced
A Handful of Cilantro, Chopped
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE GLUTEN FREE PICO DE GALLO:
Chop all of your ingredients up! Then, put all of your ingredients in a large serving bowl and mix thoroughly. I like to allow the flavors to marry and chill in the fridge for a little while first. Make sure to taste test in case it needs more lime juice or salt.
Serve with your favorite gluten free chips, sliced cucumber, with tacos, grilled fish, or grilled chicken!
Red Onion instead of White Onion if you like spicy food.
Serrano Peppers instead or in addition to Jalapeno Pepper if you want a super spicy Pico de Gallo.
Plum Tomatoes instead Roma if you want a less juicy tomato.
Pineapple Pico de Gallo – add 1 c Pineapple diced chunks for a tangy twist!
Green Onion- add 2 green onions chopped.
Garlic- add 2 cloves minced or pressed.
This super easy gluten free chicken salad is one of my favorite summer lunches! It is quick to make and doesn’t require you to turn on the oven! Which I love since I live in AZ!
HERE’S WHAT I LIKE TO PUT IN MY GLUTEN FREE CHICKEN SALAD:
This version of my chicken salad is also keto but I have included optional add-ins if you like!
4 Cups of diced gluten free rotisserie chicken or precooked chicken
1/2 Cup diced pecans
1 Cup Mayo
1 TBSP Mustard
2 Stalks of Celery that are diced.
1 Pinch Salt (or seasoned salt) and Pepper
1 Pinch Herbs de Province
3 Green onions chopped
Here are some other ingredients you might like to add: chopped grapes, dried cranberries, or chopped peppers. You can be creative and add any other ingredients you like! If you add a lot more items, you might have to add more mayo. Especially if you are like me and like it creamy!
HERE’S HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE THIS DELICIOUS CHICKEN SALAD:
Chop all of the ingredients that need to be chopped.
Put them all in a bowl.
Add in the rest of the ingredients.
Stir to combine.
You can chill it in the fridge for a while if you like. However, you can also eat it right away too!
Serve it with some gluten free bread for a sandwich, in between two big pieces of pepper for a lower carb sandwich, with sliced cucumbers to keep it low carb, or on it’s own in a bowl with a fork. ?
These Monster Cookie Bites are super easy and fun to make if you have kids who want to help in the kitchen! You can customize the ingredients to make them work for your likes!
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THESE MONSTER COOKIE BITES?
These gluten free monster cookie bites only require a few ingredients. You can also customize them based on what you have in your pantry or what you are craving most!
You will need the following:
1 Cup of Purity Protocol Oats
2/3 Cup of Sun Butter or Peanut Butter
1/3 Cup of Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
1/3 Cup of Chocolate Covered Nut Candies such as MnMs, Chocolate Covered Caramel Candies or other chocolate covered candies you enjoy!
Here are some of my other favorite ingredients to add to these: Crushed gluten free pretzels, crushed gluten free cookies, peanut MnMs, peanut butter MnMs, dark chocolate cut into chunks, dried cranberries, and other dried fruit.
WHY DO I USE PURITY PROTOCOL OATS?
I personally choose to use purity protocol oats because I think they are safer for people with Celiac Disease to consume. Purity protocol oats are not farmed in shared fields and shared farming equipment. Mechanically separated oats could be farmed on the same field and use the same equipment as wheat, barley, or rye but use a machine to remove any grains that are not oats. You can read about this more here.
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE THESE NO BAKE COOKIES.
This is why this recipe is super easy!
Chop any candies that you want into smaller pieces. I recommend chopping up MnMs or things of that size.
Add all ingredients into a bowl. This is one activity most kids love to do! Dump ingredients into a bowl.
Mix everything together.
Use a cookie scoop or your hands (using your hands are a little messier) to scoop the mixture into balls.
Plop them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Refrigerate them for 30 minutes or longer.
Store them in an airtight container.
Here are a few more recipes to make with your kids in the kitchen:
Healthier Mac N Cheese
I hope love these super easy no bake monster cookie bites! I love to make them in the summertime because they don’t require me to turn on the oven! Especially since I live in AZ!
You may have visited my booth at the Nourished Festival and seen the video of this recipe there! Thanks for stopping by!
Super Easy No Bake Monster Cookie Bites
prep time: 5 MINUTES
additional time: 30 MINUTES
total time: 35 MINUTES
These super easy no bake Monster Cookie Bites are delicious and fun to make with kids in the kitchen! You can customize the ingredients based on what you have in your pantry!
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Hey there! Today we’re making my Gluten Free Rolled Taquitos Recipe. It is super easy to make and easy for the whole family to enjoy! I love to pair it with my Pico De Gallo which is easy to make as well!
HERE’S THE INGREDIENT LIST TO MAKE THIS GLUTEN FREE ROLLED TAQUITOS:
Garlic or Garlic Powder
4 Chicken Breasts
11 oz jar of Salsa of your choosing
Note: if you want you can use ground beef instead of chicken
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE GLUTEN FREE ROLLED TAQUITOS:
First prep your Salsa Chicken.
SALSA CHICKEN:Place your Chicken Breasts and Salsa into your Instant Pot on the poultry setting.
Allow it to cook, release your steam, and set it aside.
Shred the chicken with either two forks or a pair of kitchen shears.
Add the spices and stir.
Prepare a Baking Sheet with cooking spray.
Warm your Tortillas with olive oil or avocado oil in a pan on medium heat but don’t make it crispy or you won’t be able to roll them. They will break.
Fill your Warm Tortilla with drained Chicken and some cheese. You can also use dairy free cheese if desired.
Roll your Tortillas.
Place in the prepared baking sheet in a single layer seam side down.
Top with cheese.
Bake at 375 F until browned.
Serve your homemade taquitos! I love to top them with Pico de Gallo and sour cream!
Black Beans or Pinto Beans
Refried Beans-my recipe is almost famous!
Pico De Gallo
DO TAQUITOS HAVE GLUTEN IN THEM?
I would be careful of the spices in the premade ones because those might not be GF. The big kicker is the tortilla. Make sure they are corn tortillas and not wheat flour tortillas if you have gluten sensitivity or celiac.
I hope you enjoy your Gluten Free Rolled Taquitos as much as we do!
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Hey there! Today we’re making my famous gluten free guacamole recipe with fresh ingredients sure to please your friends for Cinco de Mayo or a quick and easy appetizer or a delectable topping for your dinner.
HERE’S THE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THIS GLUTEN FREE GUACAMOLE:
4 Ripe Avocados
3 Cloves of Garlic, minced
3/4 c Cherry Tomatoes, cut in quarters
1/2 Red Onion, minced
Salt and Black Pepper
Fresh Lime Juice or 2-3 Limes, juiced
Optional: 1-2 Diced Jalapeno
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE GLUTEN FREE GUACAMOLE:
Mash your avocados with a potato masher, food processor, or fork.
Chop up the rest of the ingredients.
In a large bowl, combine all your ingredients.
Store the remaining ingredients in an airtight container.
I have this guacamole saver and it works perfectly!
I originally had a variation of these wings at my BIL and SIL’s houses. They are my favorite gluten free and keto wings! I love to cook them on the grill! They have lots of flavor and are very mild. This is an easy recipe and the best part is that you can marinate them ahead of time and then grill, bake or air fry them later!
HERE ARE THE WAYS TO COOK THESE GLUTEN FREE AND KETO WINGS:
You can cook these wings in an oven on a sheet pan, in an air fryer basket in the air fryer or on a bar b q grill. The cooking time will vary depending on which way you choose to cook them.
HERE’S THE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THESE WINGS:
You will need the following ingredients to make these delicious gluten free chicken wings .
3 lbs of wings- I like to mix drummettes and flats.
2 TBSP Italian Seasoning
1/3 cup of Tamari or gluten free soy sauce.
1/3 cup of Coconut Aminos
1/2 cup EVOO
3 TBSP Apple Cider Vinegar
A TSP of Onion Powder
1 TSP Garlic Powder
1 Handful Fresh parsley
Salt and Black Pepper to taste
ARE THESE WINGS KETO, LOW CARB OR PALEO?
Yes, they are! There is no added sugar in this recipe so they are keto and low carb. To make them paleo, switch out the tamari for extra coconut aminos.
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE THESE GLUTEN FREE CHICKEN WINGS:
The first step is to buy fresh wings or make sure they are thawed.
Pat the raw wings dry with a paper towel and set them aside.
Sprinkle them with Salt and Pepper.
Combine all of the marinade ingredients into a bowl. Stir to combine.
Put the wings into a large resealable plastic bag or a large glass dish with a lid.
Pour the marinade over the wings.
They can marinate for up to 24 hours.
When you are ready to cook them, start your grill on medium heat to medium-high heat if you are grilling.
You will need to watch them constantly because they can burn quickly. Turn them frequently to prevent burning. Once they are cooked you can move them off of the grill grates and keep them warm by covering them with aluminum foil until you are ready to serve.
If you are cooking them in the air fryer, place chicken wings on a single layer. Fry them in batches to not over crowd the basket. Heat the air fryer to 350 degrees. Cook the wings for 20 minutes turning them every 5 minutes. If the air fryer chicken wings still have soggy skin, crank the temperature up to 425 and air fry them for an additional 2 minutes.
If you are baking them in the oven put them on a sheet pan with nonstick foil lining at 400 degrees. They will cook in about 40 minutes. Turn them halfway through cooking.
To get the chicken skin crispy, you can use a wire rack inside the baking sheet.
Regardless of your cooking method, cook them to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
I hope you love my favorite wings as much as I do!
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Hey there! Today we’re making Gluten Free Pork Shashlik, or pork skewers. Perfect for when you’re in the mood for delicious grilled kabobs. These have such a delicious flavor and are perfect to pair with grilled vegetables!
HERE’S THE INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THIS GLUTEN FREE PORK SHASHLIK:
2 1/2 LBS Pork Roast, cut into cubes
(1) 12 oz jar of Mayo
(10) small Yellow Onions, minced
~1 TSP Salt and Black Pepper, to taste
HERE’S HOW TO MAKE GLUTEN FREE PORK SHASHLIK:
Cut your pork into 1-inch cubes.
Put your pork cubes, minced onions, and mayo in a Ziploc bag, bowl, or container and allow it to marinate for 1-2 days.
If you are using a bowl, use plastic wrap to cover the opening or a lid.
Put your marinated pieces of pork on wooden skewers, bamboo skewers, or metal skewers.
Grill them on a gas grill until cooked on medium to high heat.
Serve with grilled veggies! I like to grill summer squash, zucchini, eggplant, and peppers with it.
WHAT IS SHASHLIK KEBAB?
According to the Wiki, is grilled skewered cubes of meat. It’s similar to shish kebabs. It became popularly known as shashlik because of Russia and former Soviet Republics. Traditionally, it’s made with lamb, but you can use pork meat, beef, venison, chicken breasts, or whatever meat you desire! This recipe is not based on traditional Russian pork kebabs though. My friend Inna, who we sailed with a few years ago, told me about this recipe her family, who is from the Ukraine made. It is one of our favorites!
What pork meat is the best to use for shashlik?
You want tender meat like pork tenderloin or pork shoulder. Pork Chops will be good because we marinated it. Pork butts will work if you lower your heat from high heat to medium heat. I do not recommend pork belly for this recipe. My favorite is the pork shoulder with a little higher fat than the pork chop or tenderloin.
What do you serve with shashlik?
Bell Peppers- a classic kebab side.
Spring Onion- for a more mild flavor than yellow onions. A medium onion will do.
Red Onion- for a shaper, spicer flavor than yellow onions. Depending on how many you make, you may need large onions.
Pineapple Chunks-for a more tropical twist on your shashlik. Fresh pineapple would be my preference but canned will do just fine.
Potato Salad- easy to make.
French fries- they go with everything! Check out my recipe for homemade fries, here.
Gluten Free Bread Rolls- perfect if you are not doing keto or low carb.
Gluten Free Homemade Bread- perfect for if you want a sandwich variation or your shashlik.
Depending on what your sides are, this recipe is paleo and keto!
How to prepare your grilled veggies?Olive Oil and S&P- slather them to get a nice grill on them.
Lemon juice- this may not be an acidic marinade, but the lemon will bring out great flavor in your veggies.
Salt and Pepper- to taste.
IF YOU LIKE THIS RECIPE YOU MIGHT ALSO ENJOY THESE:
GLUTEN FREE TEXAS CAVIAR– super flavorful and would pair well with your shashlik.
GLUTEN-FREE MEATLESS MONDAY– so many great veggie options that would pair well.
Gluten Free Pork Shashlik
prep time: 20 MINUTES
cook time: 15 MINUTES
total time: 35 MINUTES
This gluten free pork shashlik is delicious and is a perfect kabob to pair with grilled veggies! It's also keto and paleo!
I hope you enjoy your Gluten Free Pork Shashlik as much as we do!
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